Stayed for one week, enjoyed large size room (superior) with all needed facilities for long stay like iron, kettle, fridge. Hotel is literally 2 minutes walk from tube station which was 10mins from Marienplatz. Also 5mins walk from very useful Lufthansa airport transport bus. Staff were very good and all had excellent English.
I don't want to give the impression that the Rilano is a luxury property, because it isn't. Price and location wise, it's a fairly standard business hotel with a nice bar and restaurant onsite.
That said, this makes any of the Marriott Courtyards and Hilton Garden Inns in the States look like roadside motor lodges.
The property was recently renovated, and rooms in the 5-story tower were excellent. Clean, spacious and comfortable with tasteful, modern furniture. Bathrooms were also first rate, with excellent water pressure, and plenty of hot water. No tub, but not a big deal in my book.
The on site restaurant was very reasonable for dinner, and the quality of the food was quite good. It's Germany, so you're still out 20-30 Euro for a decent entree, but that's to be expected most places.
All in all, a wonderful experience, and far better than I would have expected for similar money in North America. Highly recommended.
A nice enough hotel when you need a basic and typical hotel with a convenient suburb and quiet environment. The rooms are small but well organized and comfortable. The heating and air is central and quiet with a adjustable height shower that is plenty tall for anyone up to 6'3" without bending. Internet was difficult for me with free allotment of data running out quickly but 5 euro per day for internet after that is not so bad. Breakfast was OK and expensive, and I could not have dinner when the burger was 17 Euro. I went out as this was too much. The attached coffee shop is good and a better choice for budget minded people like me.
This is a very modern and pretty conveniently located facility. Short drive to airport
just a few blocks walk from subway which was 2 stops from the English Gardens one of the main gardens in Munich. There is also parking - not free but reasonably priced.
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With 160 large studios and suites, Munich’s ‘in location’ in Parkstadt Schwabing, designed by star-architect Helmut Jahn …More
Schwabing is Munich's social and nightlife hub. Much of the activity takes place day and night on Leopold Strasse, which has the huge Siegestor. Nightclubs are crammed around Wedekindplatz. The city's most popular beer garden is at the Chinese Tower in the English Garden, while further north is Olympiapark, which was built for the 1972 Olympics.
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